Keeping your creative heart warm...

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Happy 2016!!
Winter is a wonderful time to feed the creative fires in your heart. I love to spend my days in the studio reimagining, exploring, wondering, and experimenting. Do you make time to do this? I hope so! 

So how will you nurture your creative heart in 2016?  I began the year with a bang by teaching an evening of painting with SEABA's Art Under the Influence series. We called it "everything but the brush" and that is what we did! It was a fun, relaxed evening where participants discovered and reinvigorated their creative hearts. 

Speaking of instruction, it makes a great gift for yourself or a special someone. You can now purchase instructional sessions on my website. Whatever you do, don't neglect your creative fires, they can bring such joy and healing, and we can all use a bit of that. 

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Here's to an amazing, art-filled 2016. :)
 

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Kristen M. Watson

Kristen makes and teaches art in a broad range of media. She’s a licensed art educator and masters of Art education candidate at St. Michael’s college. She was also recently accepted to the teaching artist roster for Vermont Arts Council. As a teaching artist, Kristen splits her time between her home studio and the classroom. She teaches analog, digital, and stop-motion (claymation) processes to children and adults at Burlington City Arts. She’s also teaches visual arts at Davis Studio, Burlington. Kristen’s work focuses on mixed media painting, analog photography, ceramics, and small scale assemblage. She exhibits her work locally and regionally in both group and solo shows, and has been selected for several juried exhibits. Her work is also held in private collections. She has recently completed an artist residency in mixed media painting at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont.